It’s impossible to find certainty in the existence of the world. In failing to recognize ourselves, ambiguity, shrouded in uncertainty, heightens. But instants occur when we are suddenly freed from these doubts and a perfectly pure and clear world emerges. I accumulate these moments, these fragments, without end from close distance.
Thoughts like these drive me to take photographs. Should my works become a page in someone’s internal world, they will become a clue to self-knowledge and recognition. But perfection is also impossible. That’s why I will keep taking photos.
Entries form: Book with forty A3 pigment-ink inkjet prints
The visuals evoke something akin to a fable, but the intermittent appearance and disappearance of the personal within these visuals is what struck me the most. They can’t be called cinematic, but narratives, fictions, can be seen within them. The photos appear to be arranged to show the passing of time. I’m looking forward to see how they are presented at the exhibition.
Born in 1988.
From Yamanashi Prefecture, currently residing in Tokyo.
Graduated in 2011 from the Arts Administration Course, Lifelong Education Program, Faculty of Education and Human Sciences, Yamanashi University
Won an Honorable Mention award at the 2012 New Cosmos of Photography
Collection held by the Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts
|2016:||matchbaco gallery, Tokyo
Zawatsuki 2015, Nikon Salon, Osaka
Zawatsuki 2016, Gallery Trax
|2015:||Zawatsuki 2015, Nikon Salon, Shinjuku|
|2014:||Zawatsuki, matchbaco gallery, Tokyo|
|2013:||Zawatsuki, Nikon Salon, Shinjuku
Zawatsuki, Nikon Salon, Osaka
|2012:||Zawatsuki, Berlin Gesundbrunnen Gleimstraße
Numerous group exhibitions